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Analyst Roundtable: Payments and Banking 2014 the Disruption and Opportunity Factor


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Mercator Advisory Group to host free webinar on the shifting payments and banking landscape, the innovation occurring and considerations for operational change


Mercator Advisory Group will host a free, hour-long webinar Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 1 p.m. EDT to identify the current trends in payments and banking with an emphasis on the developments and disruptions causing operational shifts and opportunities. This insightful event is the first in a series of periodic roundtables that Mercator Advisory Group will present to update its members and interested parties on recent industry developments.

Analyst Roundtable Includes:

Ken Paterson, Head of Research/ Director, Credit Advisory Service

Ron Mazursky, Director, Debit Advisory Service

Pradeep Moudgal, Director, Emerging Technologies Advisory Service

Michael Misasi, Senior Analyst, Credit Advisory Service

Ben Jackson, Senior Analyst, Prepaid Advisory Service

This informative analyst roundtable will target payment and banking professionals, senior management and other players who rely on or have an interest in the payments and banking ecosystem.

“There is a great deal of innovation occurring on the fringe of the payments and banking industry, some of which is highly disruptive to the existing structure and legacy systems. This is where the next level of change gets difficult,” Ken Paterson, head of research for Mercator Advisory Group.